ZIANA Gel - Discover the ZIANA effect.
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Why ZIANA Gel?

If you have acne, getting clearer skin isn't always easy. It may be time you thought about trying a prescription acne medicine. Your dermatologist can determine the severity of your acne and help you find the right acne treatment option for you.

ZIANA Gel is a treatment for mild, moderate, and severe acne that combines an antibiotic (clindamycin) with a retinoid (tretinoin). ZIANA Gel offers these demonstrated acne fighters in one easy-to-use gel. ZIANA was formulated with tolerability in mind. Its non-sticky formula spreads easily and contains no alcohol.1 And with a large 60-gram tube, convenient once-a-day dosing, and our Medicis MediSAVE Program, ZIANA can be an economical choice as well.

Whether you're a teen acne patient or adult acne patient, effective treatment depends on the type of acne you have and how severe it is, which a dermatologist can help determine (see About Acne).2 Talk to your dermatologist about your acne and ask if ZIANA Gel is the right acne treatment for you.

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Indication for ZIANA Gel

ZIANA Gel is used on the skin for treatment of acne in patients 12 years or older.

Important Safety Information for ZIANA Gel
  • The most commonly reported adverse events were inflammation of the nose and throat, throat pain, dry skin, cough, and sinus inflammation.
  • Stop ZIANA Gel and call your doctor if you develop watery or bloody diarrhea, or if your skin becomes very red, swollen, blistered, or crusted
  • Avoid excessive exposure to the sun, cold, and wind. Weather extremes can dry and burn the skin. Always use a sunscreen on skin treated with ZIANA Gel, even on cloudy days. Use other protective clothing, such as a hat, when you are out in the sun. Avoid the use of sunlamps and tanning booths. If your face becomes sunburned, stop treatment until your skin has healed.
  • Do not get ZIANA Gel in your eyes or mouth, on your lips, on the corners of your nose, or on open wounds.
  • Do not use ZIANA Gel if you have Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, or have developed colitis with past antibiotic use.
  • Avoid medicated or abrasive soaps and cleaners, soaps and cosmetics that have a strong drying effect, and skin products that contain alcohol, astringents, spices, or lime.
  • Talk to your doctor if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or breastfeeding.